Posted February 15, 2019 11:15:32What a week it has been for photobloggers, as they all celebrated the birth of President Biden’s second child on February 12.
The Biden team is hoping to be a force in politics for years to come.
But some of the photographers who took the time to submit their work for this year’s competition are not just trying to show off their talents to the world.
They also have to take pride in their craft and their work, according to the New York Times.
The contest is open to all photographers, regardless of experience, nationality or affiliation.
If you are a US citizen or a permanent resident of the US, you can submit your photos.
If not, you are welcome to take photos from anywhere.
The winning photographer will receive a prize of up to $1,000 and a new Nikon D810, which is a DSLR-style digital camera with a 5-megapixel sensor, a built-in Wi-Fi, and built-off USB 2.0.
You can also submit your own photos for consideration for the winner of the “Best New Photography” award.
The photo contest is now over, so the winning photos will be featured in a special feature on the Times website.
The competition was originally launched as an experiment by President Obama to encourage young photographers to apply for a photojournalism fellowship.
The winner of this year, an amateur photographer from New York City, won $1 million.
The president’s daughter, Jill Biden, who took part in the competition, tweeted the results from the first day of the contest.